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Well Met (Well Met #1) by Jen DeLuca [arc review]

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All's faire in love and war
There has been a lot of romantic comedies coming out this year and to find one that stands out from the rest is no easy task. Well Met was a delight to read and I have no doubt this debut author has a long career ahead of her. It did not just stood out, it exceeded all expectations!

Hook (Neverland #2) by Gina L. Maxwell [arc review]

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Gina Maxwell is a fantastic writer! There hasn't been one book by hers that I have not loved -and I've read a few-. Hook is the second book in her Neverland series and it is an mm romance, which is absolutely, 100%, not my thing. That alone should be testament to how much I love this woman's work! Simply put: what are you waiting for? Go read her books!

A Lie for a Lie (All In #1) by Helena Hunting [arc review]

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It is no secret I am a big fun of Helena Hunting and will read anything she writes. A Lie for a Lie was yet another great work by her. A favorite? nope, but it might just be yours. It was a great book.

Faker by Sarah Smith

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Debut author Sarah Smith nails this fun and sexy multicultural romance where two office foes hammer out their differences to build a love that will last...

Coldest Fire (Dominion #3) by Juliette Cross [arc review]

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And Juliette does it again!  This author is an a roll. If paranormal is your jam, as it is mine, read read read!
"It’s just that…sometimes…the past can leave scars that dig too deep. That can never be erased. And so, we have to be content with a half-life once we’ve flown our course and made it through to the other side without burning.” (uncorrected arc quote)

The Christmas Dare (Twilight, Texas #10) by Lori Wilde [arc review]

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A jilted-at-the-altar bride reunites with her high school sweetheart in Lori Wilde’s sensational new Twilight, Texas Christmas novel.

Snowfall on Cedar Trail (Sweetwater Springs #3) by Annie Rains [arc review]

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Another Day, another Christmas book. It's that time of the year!